How to make a Day/Night System (Outdated Use new one)

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I bet this will be very helpful when making my survival map, Thank you
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Nice guide! I would recommend separating the steps into a numbered list, just to make it easier to read.

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Ok, I will thank you for the suggestion.

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I would also recommend pressing enter after each step so they have their own lines. It looks good, though!

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Will do that too thanks again.

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It looks great! I think it’s a very interesting mechanic to try out! I wonder if I could find a way to have the light change over the course of day…

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Yeah I agree. I might make a part 2 of this guide to add dawn, and dusk. And sleeping through the night.

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For the night you could use a chalk board, make it 100% black, and change the transparency depending on how dark you want it, and make it really big.

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Nice Guide, @Theaxolotl!

You can also shade it something like this:

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I didn’t think of that. Also I would say that is a bit too dark. But at the end of the day you can customize your own usage of it in any way you like.

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Make it less transparent and see if it helps. (or at least suggest it in the guide. If you want I’m not trying to pressure you)

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You should change it in layers sk that the night barrier is above all the props and stuff. It looks more realistic, but nice guide!

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The only thing about that is that this is about a mechanic for a survival map. Not really a theme. (Sorry I didn’t realize that you were talking about the comments.

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Click on the link. There’s a comment there with a night time thing.

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Oh okay thanks @WhereIsMyHat.

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Idk how to do that. (Otherwise I would.)

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It’s in the hud. It’s called “layers”. Find the barrier, and then click the three dots. Choose the option, “move to above layer”.

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I knew the layers existed before your post, but it took me way to long to know the layers existed :rofl:

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Nice guide!

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